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CONSIDERING FATTY ACIDS CHANGES OF BODY COMPOSITION OF (HYPOPHTHALMICHTHYS MOLITRIX) DURING THE EMBRYONIC AND LARVAL STAGES

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 Start Page 69 | End Page 76

Abstract

 In the recent years, the proliferation of fish and native fish in the world has been of particular interest. Hypophthal michthys molitrix is one of the important species of breeding native fish and lives in Amor river basin. Because of the importance of this kind of fish, it is necessary recognize its physiological status. During the embryonic and larval development of most species of this fish, development and marketing of energy depends on the yolk reserves which are transported by the producers. The larval and survival GROWTH depends on access to the foreign food in sufficient quantities and of good quality after the yolk sac is absorbed. Given the amount and composition of fat in the yolk, the timing and amount of fat burning can be used to produce FATTY ACIDs of different changes. For example, some researches are done about percafluviati and oncorhynchus mykiss. After considering the role of FATTY ACIDs in GROWTH, survival and quality of LARVAE to identify process changes in the FATTY ACID composition during the early stages of development of silver carp, knowing the exact combination of feeding high quality for the active feeding as well as breeding producers is being required.

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